. . . The Declarant shall establish an Architectural Review Committee to perform the functions set forth in this Declaration and shall adopt procedural rules and regulations for the performance of such duties, including procedures for the preparation, submission and determination of the application for any approvals required by this Declaration; The Architectural Review Committee shall consist of not less than three (3) nor more than five (5) members.
Master Declaration -- Article 11
SBCA Facilities Committee charter is to ensure that the SBCA facilities meet the needs of the members, at the best value for cost. The scope of the committee includes the overall maintenance, repair, and upgrades to the facility and grounds as is required to support the current and future activities of the members of SBCA. The Committee reports to the SBCA Board of Directors.
The responsibility of the Finance Committee is to review and provide guidance for the association’s financial matters. Specifically, the committee assures internal controls and financial analysis for the organization.
Alice Oliver and Susan Shadrick
The SBCA HR Committee acts in an advisory capacity to the SBCA Board on all matters pertaining to employee compensation, benefits and performance evaluations. The SBCA HR Committee also acts in an advisory capacity to the SBCA Board on behavior issues of Members.
South Bay residents, over the age of 18 who are members in good standing of the Bay Club, are eligible to use the facility.
For safety considerations and insurance liability those who have a need to use the power equipment, must be “checked out” on the equipment they wish to use and be a member of the Woodworkers Club. It will not be a requirement to be checked on all equipment unless you need and desire a complete check. Designated members of the Woodworkers Club are available for checkouts. In addition to the Woodworkers Club, the Bay Club maintenance personnel have use of the Woodshop for Bay Club projects, etc. Woodcarvers also use the facility. The Woodshop is normally kept locked when not in use. The key may be obtained from the Front Desk. It is available for use during normal hours of club operation.
The Woodshop is for personal and community projects, hobbies, etc., but not for commercial projects. This does not limit a member from helping a neighbor with his or her project. The Bay Club has use of the Woodshop for Bay Club maintenance, projects., etc. Use of the woodshop is at one's own risk.
Some equipment was bought by the Bay Club, much has been bought or donated by the Woodworkers. Whether purchased by the Bay Club or the Woodworkers, donated or otherwise acquired, it is a part of the Bay Club inventory.
Membership in the Woodworkers Club permits use of all types of equipment, if “Checked Out” and have a signed Release and Indemnification Form on file with the Bay Club Office.